Move wants $2 billion in damages from Zillow for alleged trade secret theft

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By Ben Lane | HousingWire

One of the most contentious fights in the history of real estate listings is going nuclear, thanks to a “staggering” claim of damages from Move in its trade secret theft lawsuit against Zillow.

According to legal documents obtained by HousingWire, Move, which operates Realtor.com for the National Association of Realtors, is claiming that Zillow owes the company $2 billion in damages over allegations of trade secret theft involving Errol Samuelson, who was once Move’s chief strategy officer.

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